Dog Agility

Agility Training Classes

Dog agility is an extremely popular sport where dog and handler form a team to complete a course of obstacles including jumps, a-frame, tunnels and weaves, in the fastest possible time. It’s enjoyed by people of all ages and by all breeds of dog.

Paws On agility classes are held on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, during the daytime with two instructors. We are situated in 3 acres of paddock on the B4114 at Broughton Astley, about 200 meters from the Mill on the Soar pub.

Whether you choose agility just for fun or with the intention of competing our reward based, motivational training will ensure you and your dog enjoy attending classes. Our instructors are experienced in competitive agility at the highest level. Using only positive reinforcement are dogs are highly motivated and enthusiastic in their training.

Why Choose Paws On

  • Instructors experienced in competitive agility.
  • The club was established over ten years ago and still has many of it’s original members.
  • Fully insured.
  • All equipment conforms to Kennel Club specifications.
  • Friendly and informal classes.
  • Small groups.
  • Social events:

Open Day

Our annual open day is in the form of a fun competition for members to show off their skills to family and friends and earn some well deserved rosettes and trophies.

Christmas Meal

The clubs Christmas meal is so popular we usually take over the whole restaurant! It’s a night to remember with some members performing their party pieces.

To qualify for an agility place your dog should be over 10 months old, be good with other dogs and people and have a reasonable standard of obedience.

Border Terrier Agility

Where

Address

Paws On Agility
Coventry Road
Broughton Astley
Leicester
Leicestershire
LE9 6QA

Directions

The agility venue is located on the B4114 at Broughton Astley, 200 meters from the Mill On The Soar and almost opposite the Shell garage.

Paws On promoting responsible dog ownership.

Paws On has a duty of care to attending dogs and we are therefore unable to accommodate dogs with any aggressive tendencies towards either dogs or people.